This cargo plane from Ukraine was en route from Nis (Serbia) to Amman (Jordan)… Witnesses reported secondary explosions… I’m sure the explosives were intended for humanitarian purposes… Right?
According to Greek state broadcaster ERT1, an Antonov An-12TB cargo aircraft of Meridian Ltd from Ukraine with flight No. MEM3032 crashed near Kavala in Greece on its way from Nis to Amman!
Locals filmed the moment of crash. It was burning when it hit the ground! No reports about casualties yet. The crash site is close to a village.
I guess the world just found out about this smuggling route for NATO weapons out of Ukraine.
#BREAKING: UR-CIC, an Antonov An-12TB cargo aircraft of Meridian Ltd from #Ukraine with flight No. #MEM3032 crashed near #Kavala in #Greece on its way from Nis to Amman! Locals filmed the moment of crash. It was burning when it hit the ground! Engine fire had spread to the wing? pic.twitter.com/LQNOEbz1Yd
— Babak Taghvaee – The Crisis Watch (@BabakTaghvaee1) July 16, 2022
The Ukrainian Antonov-12 took off from Nis Airport in Serbia en route to Amman Jordan and crashed on the outskirts of Kavala in Northern Greece after the pilot declared an emergency south of Thasos island. Unfortunately the aircraft didn’t make it to Kavala Airport.
The plane was a Meridian Air Cargo An-12BK flight path before it crashed west of Kavala International Airport. See the flight path below.
Initial reports indicate that emergency crews attempted to approach the stricken aircraft, but secondary explosions confirmed that the aircraft was carrying explosives.
The same reports indicate that the crew declared an emergency due to an engine fire and requested an emergency landing at Kavala.
#Update: Just in – Other video footage of the Ukrainian cargo plane at the crash site, near the city of #Kavala in #Greece, reports says that no one survived the crash. #Καβαλα pic.twitter.com/AaWKhmQe85
— Sotiri Dimpinoudis (@sotiridi) July 16, 2022
It is just weird to me that the plane didn’t take the most direct route to the airport of Kavala…
Did they want to hide something?
Since it was an emergency, why didn’t it follow the shortest route towards Kavala airport, but instead followed a longer path around mount Pangaion, which required flying over several villages and in a potential close proximity to the city of Kavala? pic.twitter.com/xRwMiEiGrH
— Nick Batsikouras ?????????????? (@batsikouras) July 16, 2022
The flight path and flight profile observed on FlightRadar24 are consistent with a sudden emergency and speed control problems:
The aircraft, delivered to Aeroflot in February 1971, began operating for Meridan on January 26 of this year.
Again… UR-CIC, an Antonov An-12TB cargo aircraft of Meridian Ltd from Ukraine with flight No. MEM3032 crashed near Kavala in Greece on its way from Nis to Amman! Locals filmed the moment of crash. It was burning when it hit the ground! I guess Russia just found out about this smuggling route for NATO weapons out of Ukraine. [Aviaci Online, SOTT]
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